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AS Info Processing

AS PE information processing

Input What your senses provide you with, seeing, hearing, feeling. Everything that is going on around you. Perceiving the situation
Display The environment that provides all the information for the senses
Translatory mechanism Puts into action the decision from perception
Perception The process of acquiring interpretation, selecting and organising the information
Detection, Comparison and Recognition (DCR)process Part of perception: Involves detecting the stimulus, comparing that stimulus to information stored in the memory and recognising and identifying that stimulus
Selective attention Filters irrelevant information and selects relevant information Receives information from the short term sensory store Passes information to the short term memory
Effector mechanisms The process that causes the muscles to move to produce the movement required for the action to be carried out
Feedback Received from internal (muscles joints) and external (how successful the action was) sources on the result and any modifications that are required
Created by: Tina Dean